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Quantitative approaches to epidemiology


, : Quantitative approaches to epidemiology. The leishmaniases in biology and medicine Volume I Biology and epidemiology: 263-290

A discussion of general considerations (zoonotic vs. anthroponotic forms, visceral vs. cutaneous leishmaniasis, acute vs. chronic leishmaniasis) is followed by definitions of epidemetric indices and parameters relating to vectors.

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